Connecticut-based portfolio manager Andrew Oberwager, who sued his former Playboy model ex-girlfriend for $80,000, was recently hit with a counter suit filed by the playmate, the New York Post reported. [via Dealbreaker]
From the Post:
Stefanski, 33 — responding to a lawsuit that Oberwager, 36, filed against her over the dough in Stamford Superior Court — also claims he lied to a judge when he testified that she had reneged on their deal to pay back college tuition he gave her.
The Teutonic temptress submitted new potential trial evidence that shows that Oberwager promised to pay all her college tuition and expenses — and that the $33,000 he put up for her journalism degree from Boston’s Suffolk University was not a loan, as he has claimed.
Oberwager, who used to work at Columbus Circle Parnters, sued Karolina Stefanski in July for filling out a blank check and cashing it for $80,000 without permission after they split.
He claimed that she had “no authority to write the check” and that it was meant for “household expenses.” He also alleged Stefanski owed him $33,000 he loaned her for college tuition.
Oberwager said they drew up a contract on his personal computer agreeing that she would reimburse him for the tuition loan with interest. He testified that she took the computer with her back to Germany after the break-up.
Now the former playmate says he lied saying he gave her the go ahead to cash the $80,000 check after she caught him cheating on her with a Texas woman.
Stefanaski’s also had Suffolk University produce a letter he supposedly signed claiming to be her benefactor, the Post reported.